Other works

The Three Motions of Loom

The Three Motions of Loom: a solo show, three tapestries, an edition, miniatures, and a video installation. Antwerp Art Pavilion, invited by Base-Alpha Gallery, 2019-2020. Based on Jeroen Olyslaegers‘ novel-in-progress ‘Wildevrouw’, which is set in 16th century Antwerp, three tapestries were woven in gobelin warp and weft at Textielmuseum, Tilburg. The tapestries were made possible

Exhibition & installation views

Fundamental Mechanics. HD, colour/silent, 7’00”, 2019. Installation view at ‘The Three Motions of Loom’, 2019. Read more here. The Three Motions of Loom. Woven tapestries, 160 x 295cm, 2019. Installation view at Antwerp Art Pavilion, 15.12.2019 – 16.02.2020. Read more here. Solo show at Studio Omstand, Arnhem, 2016. Featuring 2014 – 2016 works. Inertia. Van

Galactic Ripple | installation | ministry of finance, The Hague

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Hand Axe

Alexandra Crouwers, Hand Axe 3D print, bronze, 2017

  Based on the 3D model provided by the Cambridge Museum of Archaeology and Anthropology.                      

Chisel (private commission)

Alexandra Crouwers, 'Chisel', projection on transparent holographic foil/window, custom made, HD (883 x 1920px), colour/silent, 22'00", 2017

  A custom made variation on the work ‘Rosetta‘. ‘Chisel’ is a hypnotic loop of slowly animated ornaments and other elements. A powerful laserbeamer projects the image on transparent holographic foil, mounted on an attic window. The bright white images resemble moving engraved glass, and perfectly fits the original purpose of the building: a castle

The White Hide [IV]

The White Hide [IV], Slide & videoprojection, no sound, 2016, Alexandra Crouwers

  Two holographic deer bulls fight endlessly against the backdrop of a monumental and deserted landscape. The sound of the slide projector vent (not recorded in the video above) functions as the soundtrack of wind. The work refers to Upper-Paleolithic cave paintings in several ways: The work is projected straight on the wall (not on

Schrödinger

Schrödinger, slide projection, 1/1, 2016, Alexandra Crouwers

The title refers to the Schrödinger’s cat famous thought experiment, by Austrian physicist Erwin Schrödinger, and relates to quantum superposition. The scenario presents a cat that may be simultanuously both alive and dead. The thought experiment comprises a sealed box, containing a cat, a flask of poison, and a radioactive source, with – in quantum

Untitled [KAP]

Untitled [KAP], slide projection, 1/1, 2016, Alexandra Crouwers

About Untitled [KAP] The image of a ghostlike hood, which on second glance is made out of white marble is projected a bit larger than life sized, and at a bit higher than eye height. Besides the illumination of the slide itself, the hood seems to radiate light. Although ’empty’ the strong sense of a

Curatorial: Missing Link

  About 19.10 – 27.10.2013 ‘Missing Link’ was a low-budget exhibition-experiment in the context of the Dutch Design Week programme at the Artspace Flipside in Eindhoven. Participating artists: Hans Biezen, Antoine Boute, Geoffrey De Beer, Fia Cielen, Jean De Lacoste, Jan Dietvorst, Bart Van Dijck, Lisa Jeannin & Rolf Schuurmans, Erwin Van Looveren, Kelly Richardson, Guy Rombouts,